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In-text: (Dabrowski, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Dabrowski, S., 2016. Monstrous Losses and Broken Fairy Tales: Fantasy, Loss and Trauma in Young Adult Literature. Masters. Stellenbosch University.
In-text: (Day, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Day, G., 2012. Good grief: bereavement literature for young adults andA Monster Calls. Medical Humanities, 38(2), pp.115-119.
In-text: (Durant and Gliori, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Durant, A. and Gliori, D., 2013. Always and Forever. London: Picture Corgi.
In-text: (Engberg, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Engberg, G., 2004. Durant, Alan, Always and Forever. Books for the Young, p.1847.
In-text: (Hall, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Hall, S., 2002. Using Picture Storybooks to Teach Literary Devices. Phoenix: Oryx Press.
In-text: (Ham, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Ham, L., 2007. Reason in the rhyme: the translation of sound and rhythm in children's books. Masters. University of Ottawa.
In-text: (Martell, Witt and Witt, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Martell, M., Witt, S. and Witt, D., 2013. An Analysis of Books for Preschool Children Experiencing Bereavement and Loss. Education and Society, 31(1), pp.37-52.
In-text: (Ness, Dowd and Kay, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Ness, P., Dowd, S. and Kay, J., 2011. A Monster Calls. London: Walker Books.
In-text: (Susina, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Susina, J., 1993. The Dumbing Down of Children's Literature. The Lion and the Unicorn, [online] 17(1), pp.5-9. Available at: <https://muse.jhu.edu/article/244499/> [Accessed 11 May 2018].
In-text: (Von Drasek, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Von Drasek, L., 2016. Grief in Picturebooks: An Evaluative Rubric. Children and Libraries, 14(4), p.25.
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